Homework Assigments for Year 10y

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Teacher:
Date Set: 19 / 04 / 2018
Date Due: 02 / 05 / 2018
Instructions:

Topics to revise for your test on 2 May.

  • Identifying and interpreting explicit and implicit information and ideas
  • Analysing how writers use language and structure to influence the reader
  • Comparing how two writers convey their perspectives
  • Descriptive writing
  • Summary writing

Subject:
Teacher:
Date Set: 18 / 04 / 2018
Date Due: 01 / 05 / 2018
Instructions:

 How are ideas about death and the afterlife presented in the poem His Visitor by Thomas Hardy? (24 marks)

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Teacher:
Date Set: 19 / 04 / 2018
Date Due: 01 / 05 / 2018
Instructions:

Revision topics for test

Christianity: Relationships and families

  • Attitudes towards the importance and purpose of marriage
  • The roles of men and women in a Christian family
  • Christian attitudes towards the religious upbringing of children
  • Should women and men be equal?
  • The role of men and women in Christian communities
  • Christian teachings about divorce
  • Christian beliefs about divorce
  • Christian beliefs about annulment
  • Christian beliefs about remarriage

Islam:

  • Life after death (Akhirah)
  • The nature of Allah
  • What Tawhid means for Muslims
  • Five roots of Usul ad-Din in Shi’a tradition of Islam
  • The six Articles of Faith in Sunni tradition
  • Belief in divine justice
  • Prophethood (Risalah)
  • Books and other sources of authority in Islam
  • The importance of practices (pages 124-127)

Subject:
Teacher:
Date Set: 27 / 03 / 2018
Date Due: 29 / 03 / 2018
Instructions:

Complete the portrait study started at the National Portrait gallery yesterday

Subject:
Teacher:
Date Set: 23 / 03 / 2018
Date Due: 26 / 03 / 2018
Instructions:

Write a letter to a friend who knows nothing about Islam. In your letter, tell your friend what Akhirah is and explain how it influences the lives of Muslims and their relationships with non-believers. You should ensure that you:

  • Analyse and evaluate common and divergent views within Islam
  • Refer to sources of wisdom and authority

Deadline Extended to April 24, 2018

Subject:
Teacher:
Date Set: 02 / 03 / 2018
Date Due: 22 / 03 / 2018
Instructions:

Year 10 Full Immersion pupils – The Figure
1. Produce two or more artist studies. Copy the artists’ work include name colours and colour swatches, (create 1 x A3 artist study for exhibition).
2. Create a mind map include possible names, feelings, colours, shapes, themes, styles, techniques, media, photos and doodles in response to the project title, Figure and Movement or Figure and Metamorphosis, (create 1 x A3 display version for exhibition).
3. Using your mind map photos/doodles, research relevant images of people flora, fauna and objects and write some interesting notes. Make sure your sketchbook reads fluently like a book, linking each page contextually to drawings on the next page.
4. Draw or paint primary (from life) or secondary (photographs) images over 8 or more sketchbook pages. Include sketches and photos of each from different angles where possible, (create 1 or more x A3 displays for our end of year exhibition).
5. Draw patterns, tones etc., to create your particular study artists’ effect, (create 1 x A3 display for exhibition).
6. Divide the opposing page into 4 sections and sketch out rough colour versions, changing colour, lines, shapes and tones. Remember to add notes, (create 1 x A3 display for exhibition).
7. Scan the best colour developments. Filter in Paint.net using a variety of elements, include the colour, tone, line etc., used by study artist., (create 1 x A3 display version for exhibition).
8. Explore best developments again but this time use different medium upon a variety of scientifically selected surfaces like wooden board, plastic, foil, glass canvas, fabric or paper etc. Remember to annotate your pages explain in an interesting way your discoveries, personal working process and profound thoughts whist working.
9. Remember to always keep your sketchbook close and use it as a quick visual reference tool whilst developing or exploring your ideas.

Year 10 Stanborough pupils – Cubist Portrait
1. Produce two or more artist studies. Copy the artists’ work include name colours and swatches, (create 1 x A3 artist study for exhibition).
2. Create a mind map include possible names, feelings, colours, shapes, themes, styles, techniques, media, photos and doodles in response to the project title, (create 1 x A3 display version for exhibition).
3. Using your mind map photos/doodles, research 4 people write some interesting notes. Make sure your sketchbook reads fluently like a book, linking each page contextually to drawings on the next page.
4. Draw or paint 4 primary (from life) or secondary (photographs) portraits over 8 or more sketchbook pages. Include sketches and photos of each person from different angles. (create 1 or more x A3 displays for our end of year exhibition).
5. Cut out geometric shapes from each colour photograph and jigsaw and overlap to create four different cubist style photo-montaged developments. Draw patterns, tones and colour in areas directly onto the photograph to create your particular study artists’ effect, (create 1 x A3 display for exhibition).
6. Divide the opposing page into 4 portrait shaped sections and sketch four rough colour versions, changing colour, lines, shapes and tones. Remember to add notes, (create 1 x A3 display for exhibition).
7. Scan the 4 photomontages. Filter in Paint.net using a variety of elements, include the colour, tone, line etc., used by study artist., (create 1 x A3 display version for exhibition).
8. Explore best developments again but this time use different medium upon a variety of scientifically selected surfaces like wooden board, plastic, foil, glass canvas, fabric or paper etc. Remember to annotate your pages explain in an interesting way your discoveries, personal working process and profound thoughts whist working.
9. Remember to always keep your sketchbook close and use it as a quick visual reference tool whilst developing or exploring your ideas.

!! TEST !!

Subject:
Teacher:
Date Set: 09 / 03 / 2018
Date Due: 12 / 03 / 2018
Instructions:

Potential clashes between religious and secular values in education (pages 298-301)

Potential clashes between religion, tradition and secular law (pages 302 -303)

Subject:
Teacher:
Date Set: 01 / 03 / 2018
Date Due: 05 / 03 / 2018
Instructions:

Explain why secularism is a challenge for some Christians.

You should refer to sources of wisdom and authority in your answer. [6]

!! TEST !!

Subject:
Teacher:
Date Set: 27 / 02 / 2018
Date Due: 01 / 03 / 2018
Instructions:

For Thursday you have to do ex. 1b/54 and 5/55.
Make sure you have ALL the words you don’t know in the text on page 54 looked up and copie copy in your notebook.

Learn page 54 for the test.

Subject:
Teacher:
Date Set: 22 / 02 / 2018
Date Due: 27 / 02 / 2018
Instructions:

Art FIE – complete the artist studies if this was still outstanding and/or complete the copy of your artists work.
Art Secondary school – complete your next cubist composition.